As millennials and Generation Z become a larger part of the workforce, associations must adapt a culture that encourages and empowers them. Why saying yes to their development will benefit both them and your association.
Franchisees for many major fast-food chains are collaborating closely as part of franchisee associations. Last week, a group of McDonald’s restaurant operators became the latest to form one.
It can be hard to get the attention of potential members. One way to reach them: Giving them psychological ownership. Also: the evolution of the meeting industry.
The Government Blockchain Association is hoping to juice up engagement by, fittingly, offering tokens to members as part of a long-term experiment. The more active members are, the more they accumulate tokens—which will have value on a member exchange in future years.
To create a meeting with high impact, you don’t need a big budget or a huge crowd. You may just need the right people in the right place with the right expectations for a small event that delivers big value.
Think marathon, not sprint, they say. But don’t wait to start building a culture that champions diversity.
After starting a Young Professionals Taskforce for his local state society, a YP shares three things organizations can do today to get ready for next-gen members.
The National Association of Home Builders encourages friendly competition among chapter members with an annual fall membership drive. This year, to raise the stakes, NAHB announced extra cash and prize incentives.
For a robust social media strategy, your organization needs to leverage its Instagram followers. The Wild Apricot blog explains how to get started. Also: what food can do for your meeting.
Sick of executing conferences the same way you’ve done them for years? Consider making these changes to breathe new life into your events and boost attendee engagement.